My thoughts on Slaughterhouse’s new CD Welcome to: Our House.
Mark Radulich joins the Man Cave to finish up our look back at The Wire as we review season 5. We’ll talk about the return of Jimmy McNulty being Jimmy McNulty, sensationalism in the media, how Omar went out like just another guy, the redemption of Bubbles, and so much more. As always, if you love the show, then this is a great way to look back on season 5 and the show as a whole.
Steve Cook joins the Man Cave to preview the upcoming NFL season in detail. We’ll look at all the teams, give our playoff picks, give our Super Bowl picks, and go out on some limbs. Cook will call the Steelers defense old, I’ll praise the Patriots offense, Cook will try and sell me on the Panthers winning the division, and much more. Plus we’ll make some friendly wagers at the end of the show.
Dustin James is back with another guest post as this time he previews the NCAA College Football season in this extensive conference by conference breakdown.
Thoughts on how Miley Cyrus went from a major star to a future trophy wife.
The peoples podcaster Adam Tool steps up on short notice to try and make sense of this whole UFC 151 mess. We’ll discuss Jon Jones turning down the fight with Chael Sonnen, UFC canceling next Saturday’s event, how the cancelation affects the rest of the fighters on the card, and how Dana White handled things on the media call.
*Note: This podcast was recorded before Vitor Belfort replaced Lyoto Machida at UFC 152*
Top battle rapper Karsten Shreve aka 100 Bulletz joins the Man Cave to talk all things battle rap and some MMA. We’ll discuss his latest battle against Kid Twist and how the 2012 KOTD Grand Prix has been going for him. Then we’ll talk about recent battle rap events including KOTD World Domination 3 and URL Summer Madness 2 and the Canibus disaster. Finally we’ll close the show with some MMA talk.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to look back at Strikeforce: Rousey vs. Kaufman. We’ll marvel over the quick and impressive performances of Ronda Rousey and “Jacare” Souza, once again tell you why very little in Strikeforce matters anymore, and then rundown the rest of the card. Amazingly enough, this is a pretty on point podcast despite the subject matter.
Mark Radulich joins the Man Cave to continue our look back at The Wire. In this episode we’ll review season 4, which introduces plenty of new characters and puts the focus on the kids. We’ll look at the lives of Randy, Michael, Namond, and Duquan, why school systems are so screwed up, and how Marlo took over the streets. Once again, if you love the show, this is a great way to relive its greatness.